Supporters & Partners

One key to our success has been building and maintaining good relationships throughout the city. We deeply appreciate the support of the donors and partners listed below, from our 2015-2016 annual report. We also extend our thanks to the hundreds of donors who gave us smaller gifts.
Major institutional donors to Friends of the Urban Forest during our 2015-16 fiscal year

Institutional Donors

$20,000 and above

craigslist Charitable Fund, The Eucalyptus Foundation, Google, Kimball Foundation, Super Bowl 50 Host Committee, VISA

$10,000–$19,999

Hall Capital Partners LLC, The JEC Foundation, Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund, Wells Fargo Foundation, Wirecard

$5,000–$9,999

Clif Bar Family Foundation, Union Bank of California, Wallis Foundation, Walter & Elise Haas Fund

$2,000–4,999

Harold L. Wyman Foundation Inc., Meadowview Family LLC, Parnassus Investments, San Francisco Forty Niners Foundation, Three Twins Ice Cream

Tree-lined sidewalk

American Sweetgums (Liquidambar styraciflua) planted in Noe Valley in March, 1981 and thriving today. Photo by Lisa Guide.

Major Donors

$5000 and above

Eliza Brown & Hal Candee, The Bruijnes Family, David Crane & Carla Crane, Nina de Clercq, John Farnham, William R. Hearst III, Shannon Hughes, Mitzi Johnson, Amanda Jones Real Estate Inc., George Miller & Janet McKinley, Dennis Otto, Adam Rubinson, Bill & Alice Russell-Shapiro, Anita A Starr, Grace & Steven Voorhis, John Weeden

$1000 to $4999

Marian Beard & Daniel Wehrmeier, Sandra & Paul Bessieres, Matt Bissinger, John & Barbara Boyle, Jon Braslaw & Robin Flagg, Ronald Chase, Seymour Cohen, Linda Erkelens, Dan Flanagan & Geoff Kerr, David Gast, Alison Geballe, John Farnham, Andrew Goberman, Blake Harris, Barbara Howald & Michael Blake, Ryan Hudson, Ira Johnson & Steven Diller, Dawn Kamalanathan, Harold Kirker, Rachel Kish, Brian Kliment, Neil Koris, Kerry Lange, Doug Mackenzie & Kevin Compton, Pamela Munn, Andrew Nance & Jim Maloney, Craig Newmark, David Odato, John Osterweis, Tamara & Matthew Patterson, David Pennebaker, Abigail Picache, Mrs. Shelagh Rohlen, Richard & Barbara Rosenberg, Shirley Ross Davis, Susanna Russo & Dwight Smith, John Schilling, Jeffrey Schutz & Charlotte Caldwell, Joe & Terri Torrano, Rachel Strickland, Mike Sullivan & Paul Loeffler, Dan Tauber, Jeffrey Terry, Judy Wedgley, Diane Wilsey, Patricia Wilson, Marco Yergovich, Lee & Margaret Zeigler

$500 to $999

Bryan Aja, Chris Barnes, Robert Bathrick, Nick Bell, Mary Betlach, John & Donna Borden, Stephen Bramfitt & Kelly Niland, Mr. & Mrs. C. Howard Brown, The Bruijnes Family, John Cavanaugh & Julie Look, Erik Chu, David Cohen, Anne-Marie Cordingly, Mr. & Mrs. James G. Coulter, Paul Daniels & Stephen Cole, Jim DeGolia, Tara Delaney, Sharon Eastman, Tom Ehnle, Andrea Eichhorn, Kim Ellis & Campbell Judge, Christian & Jacqueline Erdman, Nancy Fee, Paul Feigenbaum & Judy Kemeny, Myrna & Tom Frankel, Sachin Ganpule, Ellen Garber & Glenn Hunt, Denise Garone, Erika & Charles Gebhard, Diane Gibson, Amanda Hamilton, Liz Hoadley & Marsha Gale, John & Molly Hooper, James Hormel & Michael P. Nguyen, Carolee Houser, Su-Chen Hung, K Judd, Nancy Klokner & David Wiseblood, Matthew & Kimberly Krummel, George & Mary Ksander, Robert Lawrence, Mark Leno, Victor Levashoff, Benjamin Lotan, Ann & Karl Ludwig, Gina Luzzi & Michelle Weston, David Maltz & Antje Kann, Andrew & Laura Martinez-Fonts, Robert McKague, Jan Michaels, Jacqueline Neider, Lesley Norelli, Kathryn Patterson, Gertrude B. Platt, Liling Poh, Kirby Rattenbury, Arthur & Toni Rembe Rock, Terence Riddle, Brian Schneider & Robert Lieberman, John Sell, Aniket Sheth, Emily Stauffer, Ronald Stovitz & Danell Zeavin, Anne Stuhldreher & Timothy Wirth, Gary Sullivan & Timothy Lynn, Patricia Lovett Tai & Alan Tai, Claudio & Elizabeth Tarchi, David Thompson & Susan Green, Christopher Tuttle, Ellen Ullman, Peter Wiley & Valerie Barth, Samuel & Joyce Zanze

Community Partners

People planting a tree on a steep street in the rain

Planting in the rain in Noe Valley, March 2012

Anaplan Inc., Anchor Steam Brewery, Andytown Coffee Roasters, The Boldt Company, Boys & Girls Club of San Francisco, Christopher Campbell Tree Design, Code for San Francisco, Cole Hardware, Community Challenge Grant Program, Community Thrift, Cornerstone Research, Davey Tree, Education Outside, Ellyn Shea Garden Guidance, Excelsior Action Group, Flora Grubb Gardens, Goldman Environmental Awards, Green School Yard Alliance, Hands On Bay Area, Hunters Point Family, International High School, Jewish Vocational Services, Kabuki Springs & Spa, Kaiser Permanante, La Stazione Coffee & Wine Bar, La Victoria Bakery, Lagunitas Brewery, Literacy for Environmental Justice, Livable City, Lost Art Salon, Market Street Prototyping Festival, Marina Community Association, Morning Gloryville, National Mortgage Insurance, Nature in the City, Neighborhood Associations, Ney Street Neighborhood Watch, Noah’s Bagels, Off The Grid, Office of Supervisor Jane Kim, Office of Supervisor John Avalos, Office of Supervisor Katy Tang, Office of Supervisor Mark Farrell, Office of Supervisor Scott Wiener, Outward Bound California, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, PODER, Presidio Trust, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Purity Organic, Recology, Russian Hill Neighborhood Association, Salesforce, San Francisco Board of Supervisors, San Francisco Department of Public Works, San Francisco Department of the Environment, San Francisco General Hospital Wraparound Project, San Francisco Green Film Festival, San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development, San Francisco Parks Alliance, San Francisco Planning Department, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, San Francisco State University, San Francisco Unified School District, San Francisco Urban Forestry Council, Schools of the Sacred Heart, Senior and Disability Action, Sloat Garden Center, Sports Basement, SPUR, St. Thomas Apostle School, Sunday Streets, Sunnyside Neighborhood Association, Super Bowl 50, The Urban Farmer Store, Thirsty Bear Brewery, University of San Francisco, Visitacion Valley Greenway Project, Viswa Sai Dwarakamai, Walk SF

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